How to Make an Epoxy Resin River Table
Today, I show you how to make an epoxy resin river table using glow powder. This live edge epoxy resin river table is made from sinker cypress and glows in the dark. Furthermore, I teach you how to embed objects in an epoxy resin river table.
The leftover sinker cypress from my previous river table and my desire to improve my skills and add unique features inspired me to create this table.
Repetitive tasks bore me easily and I dreaded the thought of making the same table twice.
Although this sinker cypress table matches the other live edge river table, it is very different because it GLOWS in the dark without lights.
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Tools I Used for this River Table
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Sinker Cypress Wood
First of all, I used Sinker Cypress for this project as I have in many of my other projects.
This is the third sinker cypress table projects within the last 12 months. I like using sinker cypress because it’s unique grain patterns, color variations, durability, and history.
Sinker Cypress is fairly soft, which makes it susceptible to dents and scratches. I normally use sinker cypress for desks or entryway tables.
This piece of sinker cypress was already the correct length. I cut the original piece in half for my previous project, so the remaining piece was exactly 48″ long.